Optimization Technique Identifies Cost-Effective Biodiversity Corridors

A new optimization technique could help conservation biologists choose the most cost-effective ways of connecting isolated populations of rare, threatened and endangered species living in protected areas.

Charitable Campaign Galvanizes Employee Giving Spirit

This year's goal is for 1,500 employees to give a total of $350,000. Employees can give via TechWorks, which is recommended, or a paper pledge form through Tuesday, Nov. 15.

Water Vapor Potentially Spotted on Europa

Britney Schmidt

Britney Schmidt

Assistant Professor
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, College of Sciences

On Monday, NASA held a press teleconference with four people to announce the second possible detection of water on Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons, by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope (HST). Britney Schmidt, assistant professor in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences was one...

Georgia Tech Climbs in World University Rankings

Georgia Tech moves up eight spots to No. 33 on the World University Rankings from Times Higher Education.

Innovation Thrives in Tech Square

President Peterson, corporate executives discuss the collaboration and success fueling Georgia Tech's innovation ecosystem

Applying Photonics to Electronic Warfare Challenges

GTRI researchers are adapting optical techniques to enhance U.S. electronic warfare capabilities.

HSOC Fall 2016 Speakers Series: Environmental Justice

4:30pm to 6:00pm
Bill Moore Student Success Center, Georgia Tech
HSOC, SCARP, and BBISS are co-sponsoring a talk by Paul Mohai, Mustafa Ali, and Samantha Shattuck on environmental justice.


The Bourne Poetry Reading

Kress Auditorium at the Robert C. Williams Museum of Paper Making
This poetry reading features guest poets Mark Doty and Ginger Murchiso.

How to Overcome SAT and ACT Anxiety

Rick Clark

Rick Clark

Director of Undergraduate Admission at Georgia Tech

Mary Tipton Woolley

Mary Tipton Woolley

Senior Associate Director of Undergraduate Admission at Georgia Institute of Technology

Changes to the SAT and ACT have created consternation. Why? First, simply change. Anytime you alter something, it causes skepticism and unrest. Secondly, the very nature of standardized testing inherently breeds anxiety. But as with anything new and unfamiliar, information is the best way to...

Government & Community Partners

The Office of Government and Community Relations is the Institute's primary connection to the federal, state, and local governments and communities. 


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